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    October 4, 2018

    Liberman to be interviewed on 'Finding Common Ground' Oct. 6

    Jon Liberman, incumbent Republican district attorney from Waldo, Knox, Lincoln and Sagadahoc counties, is running for re-election this year and will be interviewed live on “Finding Common Ground” with Jennifer Hill this Saturday, Oct. 6, at noon on WBFY Belfast Community Radio, 100.9 FM, streaming at Liberman has a BA in political science from Syracuse University and a law degree …

  • Published
    September 17, 2018

    WBFY to air interviews with Cuddy, Kresge 722-3383 Local radio talk show “Finding Common Ground” will air interviews with Maine House District 98 candidates (representing the towns of Frankfort, Searsport, Swanville and Winterport) at noon Saturday, Sept. 22, on WBFY Belfast Community Radio, 100.9 FM, streaming live at Democrat Scott Cuddy will be interviewed live from noon until 12:25 p.m., followed by a …

  • Published
    October 19, 2010

    ‘Nunsense II’: it’s all relative

    The audience was part of the act at Marsh River Theater’s Oct. 16 performance of “Nunsense II.” Seated at tables around the room and in rows in the middle, our role was that of audience in a variety show, in a kind of show within a show. The performers were nuns, wise-cracking, innuendo dropping and at times flagrantly vulgar in their hard-winking portrayal of religious women threatened by financial ruin. The …

  • Published
    October 14, 2010

    Local gathering looks for answers to climate crisis

    The scene at Belfast’s Troy Howard Middle School cafeteria on the afternoon of Oct. 10 was upbeat as community members, activists and politicians gained momentum in the “go local” environmental movement. Groups as diverse as Electric Vehicles in Maine and the Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition engaged in a show-and-tell of ideas for the future. The group was organized by the newly formed Belfast Area Transition …

  • Published
    August 17, 2010

    Youth bring ‘Wizard of Oz’ to Brooks

    It’s hard to imagine that a tiny burg like Brooks, Maine, could find enough young people to cast a musical production of “The Wizard of Oz.” No bios could be found in the scanty Marsh River Theater program, so theatergoers on Aug. 14 were left hanging as to the players’ origins. Wherever they’re from, whatever they’ve done before, whoever their parents, the Marsh River Teen Players under the direction of Sonja …

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